FC Twente vs. RKC Waalwijk (Sunday, 11.15am)
The hosts will head into this one seeking to get one over the visitors after suffering defeats in each of the last three meetings between the sides.
We say: FC Twente 2-1 RKC Waalwijk
Waalwijk will head into the game in sky-high spirits following their win over NEC Nijmegen last time out and will be looking to keep the ball rolling. However, they have struggled to get going away from home this season and we predict the hosts will take advantage of this and end their poor run of results in the recent history of this fixture.
Groningen vs. Feyenoord (Sunday, 1.30pm)
The hosts are also in fine form heading into the game having lost just one of their last nine outings.
We say: Groningen 1-2 Feyenoord
The sides boast an array of attacking talent so we expect goals at both ends of the pitch. We are also backing the visitors to carry the day, albeit by only a narrow margin.
Vitesse vs. Heracles (Sunday, 1.30pm)
On the other hand, the visitors are looking to arrest a slump in form which has seen them lose three games on the bounce.
We say: Vitesse 2-1 Heracles
Vitesse have been far from their best on home turf so far but will be expected to come away with all three points in this one nonetheless. We are tipping them to emerge triumphant in what should be a keenly-contested affair.
Ajax vs. AZ (Sunday, 3.45pm)
The hosts are looking to make it six wins on the bounce while the visitors go in search of a fourth consecutive victory.
We say: Ajax 3-1 AZ Alkmaar
Ajax have been firing on all cylinders and are big favorites to emerge triumphant in this one. We fancy them to get the job done and secure all three points come the full-time whistle.
NEC vs. PSV (Sunday, 7.00pm)
Winless in their last four league outings, NEC play host to PSV Eindhoven at the Gofferstadion on Sunday.
Meanwhile, the away side will be looking to pick themselves up following a defeat in Europe last time out.
We say: NEC 1-2 PSV Eindhoven
PSV boast a significantly better squad and will back themselves to come out on top in this one and while we expect the home side to give a good account of themselves, we fancy the away side to get the job done.